Hyatt Union Square New York

Located at 13th Street and Fourth Avenue, Hyatt Union Square is a blend of modern design with classic style. This large corner site consists of an architecturally elaborate two-story building that was underdeveloped by 50,000 square feet. The design retains the perimeter wall and footings and preserves the street facades.

The building’s historic façade and expansive 23-foot-high entryway ceiling provides a grand entrance for guests’ lobby arrival. The lobby features custom made contemporary pieces that bring New York’s downtown vibe to life. Rising up behind the preserved exterior is the newly built 178-key urban style guestroom tower and new dining and bar concepts by local, highly rated restaurateurs.

The sleek guestrooms offer loft-style studios with and without outdoor terraces. The hotel also offers two distinct presidential suites. The Sanctuary, located on the second floor, boasts a 954 square foot landscaped terrace overlooking the corner of 13th Street and Fourth Avenue. Inside, the spacious one-bedroom suite evokes a sense of peace and tranquility and features a shower made for two and separate living area. The Empyreal suite on the 11th floor offers chic neighborhood views through floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room and bedroom.

The hotel has new restaurants by One Five Hospitality Group, led by well-respected restaurateurs Jo-Ann Makovitzky and Marco A. Moreira. The hotel’s signature restaurant, The Fourth, is an all-day American Brasserie that serves traditional brasserie fare with a modern American interpretation. Singl Lounge serves as an exciting place for guests to gather during the day and evening, featuring an extensive single malt scotch selection and single vineyard wine by the glass selection.

Owner/Developer: Hersha Hospitality Management
Architect: Gene Kaufman Architect PC
Interior Design: Paul Vega